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Bruno Campos
Associate
New York +1 212 841 1117 bcampos@cov.com Download V-card

Bruno Campos represents client policyholders in a wide range of industries in complex insurance recovery matters that have yielded more than $600 million in insurance recoveries. Mr. Campos provides strategic guidance though the life of a claim, from claims presentation and mediation through disputes in courts and arbitrations. In connection with his pro bono work, Mr. Campos has received a letter of commendation from the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center.

Before becoming a lawyer, Mr. Campos enjoyed a fifteen-year career in entertainment, starring in the Golden Globe winning series Nip/Tuck and Brazil's Oscar-nominated O Quatrilho.

  • Advised a global consumer credit reporting agency seeking coverage under a technology, media, and professional liability insurance primary policy and various layers of excess policies.
  • Represented global manufacturers of components for aerospace, transportation, energy, and industrial markets in a bad faith putative class action seeking coverage under excess liability policies.
  • Advised nuclear power plant operators as to coverage issues under first party property, business interruption and excess policies issued by their mutual insurance company.

Pro Bono

  • On appeal, secured a lifetime of service-connected benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs for a U.S. veteran client who had been the victim of criminal activity within the armed forces forty-five years prior.
  • Secured guardianship rights for a mother with respect to her severely mentally and physically incapacitated adult child.
  • Secured a non-immigrant visa for a survivor of domestic abuse who assisted law enforcement prosecute the abuser.